Start by marking “Juntos: Caminos cruzados (Juntos, #2)” as Want to Read: I still liked Ky and Cassia, since Ally Condie writes with such feeling and depth. Segundo libro de la trilogía, Juntos Con su amor, Cassia y Ky han quebrantado las inflexibles normas de la Sociedad y ahora deben asumir las consecuencias. Caminos cruzados (Juntos 2) – Ebook written by Ally Condie. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for.

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To ask other readers questions about Juntosplease sign up. What did Cassia mean when she pointed at the sky to see if the figure was Kai? I don’t understand why she did that. Cookies’n’Cream When they initially took Ky away she pointed to the sky to show that she’d be “waiting for him in the stars” which was just some cheesy line from the …more When they initially took Ky away she pointed to the sky to show that she’d be “waiting for him in the stars” which was just some cheesy ctuzados from the poem that they fell in love over.

Juntos: Caminos cruzados (Juntos, #2) by Ally Condie (4 star ratings)

So when she saw him again she pointed to the sky because because she knew that if it was really Ky, he would understand. Is this book as good as Divergent? Anita You should read it and find out! This question is hard to answer because it really depends on what you want out of a book. Divergent is a lot about …more You should read it and find out! Divergent is a lot about action and the plot moves pretty fast.

I think that the stories are equally well-written, but the style of storytelling is very different. See all 22 questions about Juntos…. Lists with This Book.

Matched was one of my most favorite dystopian lit. That being said, I really looked forward to reading Crossed this year. Did it disappoint me? But there are a few things that, I don’t know, let’s just get on with it: First of all, I was quite shocked when I found out that the book was written in two different points of view.

There’s nothing wrong with it, but still, it had me thinking that without Ky’s point of view, there would be a whole lot of holes to fill just to complete the stor Matched was one of my most favorite dystopian lit. There’s nothing wrong with it, but crjzados, it had me thinking that without Ky’s point of all, there would be a whole lot of holes to fill just to complete the story.


Second, I’m daminos really sure if it’s just me, but one of the things that I really loved in Matched was how creative it was narrated, like somehow that words didn’t sound like prose, but poetry. In Crossed, it didn’t seem as much. But anyways, all in all, I loved Matched and I would give it a 4. Here comes the spoilers because I just can’t help not sharing them: If you’re tempted to read them, go on ahead, they’re only three anyway.

Xander is part of the Rising!!!

Now I didn’t see that coming: All along, I thought that Xander’s double crossing would have something to do with giving away Cassia’s mad chase for Ky and bringing her back to Society or something. Ocndie, the love square is growing pretty quickly. I hope that Indie does end up ocndie Xander, so that Cassia and Ky will finally get together in the end. It’s really quite annoying how hard it was to find the Rising yet it was so easy for them to just return Cassia to Central.

Not to mention, it’s also annoying because I don’t even know anyone from the Society yet, who the real leader is. Because I was really looking forward for Ally Condie to shed some light on the Society.

Like in the Hunger Games, there was President Snow. I’m still looking for the Snow character in this series. UHH, looking caminls to Book 3! Cruzadod all 17 comments. I was super excited about it mainly because I love the cover. And how cool is she matching the colors after the tablets? I bet the third book will follow the red color scheme.

Anyway, after meeting Ally Condie, who is super sweet cguzados told me I look like Cassia, I was all sorts of thrilled to read this book. My first thoughts were, oh my gosh this is going to be so action packed after the way Matched ended! In truth, that was not necessarily the case. I’ve discovered that Condie’s writing cruzaos is different from other dystopian books I’ve read. A lot leave you breathless and anticipating the next thrilling scene, but Crossed can be defined as artistic.

The writing is poetic, as are the poems referenced inside. The style is beautiful. Condie may not be throwing cliff hangers after every chapter, but she knows how to craft a beautifully written novel. Crossed is told from both Ky’s and Cassia’s point of view. This is not spoilery because Condie even said in her YouTube promo video “Crossed is told from both Ky’s and Cassia’s point of view. Anyway, she exposes both character’s viewpoints gracefully, letting the ally enter their worries, fears, and thoughts laced with love.

It was interesting to see how Ky feels about Cassia from his point of view. In turn, I felt like Cassia had grown as a character from the last novel. She’s strong, motivated, camios although she still is emotional, she still cares with her whole heart.


The only thing I wanted more in this novel was Xander!

To be honest, I think I love him more than Ky. Although he was mentioned quite a bit throughout this novel, I wanted to feel his presence more. However, Condie seemed to create opportunities for him to appear in the final novel.

At first, I was a little disappointed with the pacing. However, I soon realized I was reading the book wrong.

It doesn’t seem like you’re supposed to dive through this book. It’s like drinking fine wine–you should enjoy it slowly and relish in the wonderfully written dialogue, language, and paragraphs. You should revel in the magnificence of the words and think about how they could impact you. Once I started enjoying condei that way, the book began to pick up for me.

As with any sequel, there are new characters. I enjoyed Eli and Indie. Throughout most of the book, laly, I wasn’t sure if I fully trusted her. Even after reading it, I’m still suspicious!

Eli is a trooper, though, and I love the meaning behind his character and why he was with Ky.

A lot of this book gives you insight to background information and history, but I’m hoping that will all part a huge part in the final novel.

If you enjoyed Matched, you can pick up Crossed when it comes out in November Ky is in the Outer Procinves too, he was sent there to die, like many other innocent young man too. The only difference is that Ky is determined not to die.

He flees with Eli and Vick in the canyons and soon Cassia and her new companion Indie follow them. Cassia is searching for Ky and he is searching for her, but as soon as they find each other everything turns out to be more complicated than they expect I loved Cassia and her development in the first book. I still like her in this book, but her personality is sometimes She is searching for Ky.

Caminos cruzados – Ally Condie

Still she hangs on Xander and thinks about him way too often. Really, if she chose one guy, why can’t she let the other one go?! This is my only problem with her in this book. It is remarkable how she adapts herself to the new life-style. Although she is allly used to the hunger, the heat and the pain she goes through everything just to find Ky.

Are they looking at me?

This far away there’s only one way to know. I point to the sky. It is just absolutely breathtaking! In this book we have both Cassia’s and Ky’s POV so it is finally possible to understand him, what is much harder than expected.